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Epson promises breadth and depth

Epson promises breadth and depth

At FESPA 2018 Epson will demonstrate a comprehensive range of equipment and applications that will highlight the versatility, quality and performance of its latest generation of digital inkjet technology on Stand D.30, Hall 2.2, where visitors can expect to see a broad range of applications, the use of innovative substrates and plenty of colourful design work.

For the first time at FESPA the Monna Lisa industrial textile press will take centre stage to show users that there is a migration path for the most ambitious businesses. The Epson line up will also include the two latest textile printers, the SureColor SC-F9300 dye sublimation printer and the SureColor SC-F2100 Direct To Garment printer, as well as the established and popular SureColor SC-F6200 and visitors should also expect to see both fashion and interior textile samples at the show.

The stand will highlight an haute couture womenswear collection by Richard Quinn, who recently won the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, which was presented by the Monarch at London Fashion Week. All the items in this collection were printed on SureColor SC-F Series printers. In addition, visitors will also be able to gain an insight into future design trends with the décor work coming out of Birmingham City University School of Textiles and Fashion. The Epson-BCU project challenges students to create work to a set brief. Four students will be selected to attend FESPA to view their winning work on display.

A range of other décor, giftware, signage, proofing, photography and backlit products will also be on display on the stand, together with two models from the SureColor SC-S range, the SC-80600 and the SC-60600. Completing the portfolio will be a SureColor SC-P photographic quality printer.

For further information, visit: http://www.epson.eu

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